Author: Rick |
September 11, 2012 |
In: Aftermarket Parts, High-Res, Jeep, SUBMIT
2003 Rubicon: Supercharger; 4″ lift, 1″ body; 20″ One of a kind Boyd Coddington; Nitto Mud Grapplers
Fully Chromed LCG Terraflex; Custom paint; Custom Interior; 24K Gold plated winch
And yes, it does get dirty.
Thanks Beau for sending this in
Category: Aftermarket Parts, High-Res, Jeep, SUBMIT
oh cool, and off road vehicle that will never see off road.. My FJ40 has seen more action than this showpiece will ever hope to get. The -lez in the plate says it all… get back in the kitchen.
I'll believe that this gets filthy when I see it.
This guy has waaay too much money or not enough sense.
Gold plating an off road bumper designed to take rock hits and be tough. The only way it will get dirty is if its raining while they are loading it on it's enclosed trailer to go to the next event.
As a Jeep owner this saddens both me and my Jeep :'(
why does have a post. I opened in hopes to see other jeeps, I should read before clicking
Sorry……it may get "dirty" when it rains…..but 20" chrome wheels are pretty much the anti-jeep. My '01 Cherokee isn't as shiny, but let's see what happens when we're both on the trail…..
It'll crawl over just about anything. Some of us bash and thrash, others simply crawl. Why are dented body panels and four foot gouges in the paint a requirement? Yeah, it was done up for the show it was at in these pics, doesn't mean it hasn't had a life out of that. We had just finished it, got an invite from a national level show, thought it would be fun. How about guys with the same set-up, sans some paint. Still too much money or sense? But hey, you all can keep thrashing and bashing, this one will do all the same, just with a different style. I thought it was a Jeep thing. I can assure you, there was no enclosed trailer either.
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